Shreveport woman accused of attempted second-degree murder

Shreveport Police Department
Monday, June 30, 2014 - 11:03am

A Shreveport woman was jailed following a domestic dispute which sent a man to the hospital early Sunday morning.

According to Shreveport Police Department Public Information Officer Cpl. Marcus Hines, shortly after 5:30 a.m., officers were dispatched to an apartment complex in the 4200 block of Greenwood Lane on a report of battery. When police made it to the scene, they found Brian Green, 29,  suffering a severe cut to the neck. He was rushed to a local hospital for treatment of injuries initially considered to be life threatening. Following surgery, Green was listed in serious but stable condition.

Investigators were sent to the scene to assist with incident. Authorities located and detained Shenikia Hall, 20, who was found at a nearby apartment. Authorities discovered information and evidence linking Hall to the stabbing.

Police said Hall and Green were involved in a dating relationship when Hall reportedly became upset after she saw Green talking to another woman. Hall reportedly made threats to physically harm Green. It is believed Green was stabbed by Hall after he arrived back at an apartment which he and Hall shared.

Hall was booked into the Shreveport City Jail on a single charge of attempted second-degree murder. The case remains under investigation.   

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